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Visa releases online fraud management strategies for merchants

CyberSource, a Visa Incorporated company has launched Decision Manager Replay, the industry’s first fraud tuning analytics tool that allows merchants to quickly analyze and adjust their online fraud management strategies. “Merchants create rules and parameters in their fraud management systems that determine whether a transaction is accepted or denied, based on risk levels,” Andre Machicao, […]

E-commerce: Nigeria, Indonesia within radar of ‘high-risk’ credit cards

Analysis: Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015: What are the issues?

TOYIN OGUNSEINDE, Nigeria technology industry analyst attended the Technology Times Outlook Review of Nigeria Cybercrimes Act 2015, and recaps the salient issues across stakeholders at the technology thought leadership series.  hat exactly constitute a cybercrime? Who manages the “alternate taxation” running into millions of naira aggregated by the Cybercrime Security Fund established under the Nigeria […]

Udotai advocates ‘single law enforcement’ for cybercrimes in Nigeria

#NGTF2015: More fundings to fuel Nigerian tech startups in 2015, Onuegbu says

[su_heading size=”14″ align=”left”] Collins Onuegbu, Executive Vice Chairman, Signal Alliance, in this article for the Nigeria Technology Forecast 2015 (#NGTF2015) the technology thought leadership annual by Technology Times, offers insights into Top 10 Key Trends that will shape and define the Nigerian technology landscape in 2015 and beyond.[/su_heading]   2015 will be the year driven by the […]

Nigeria Technology Forecast 2015 to be launched Monday

419: Be wary if your banker calls to update your online banking details

The next time anyone claiming to a bank official asking you to update your banking information, you need to be wary. A case being prosecuted by the Economics and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has show this to be one of the new methods being used by con men, popularly called 419ers, to defraud bank customers […]

Reviewed: Nigeria’s EFCC turns heat on cybercriminals